I'm happy to announce our next webinar discussion, Essential Klipse.
How can we build better "first contact" experiences for new programmers and Clojurians?
Klipse is a simple client-side code evaluator, pluggable on any web page. The essence of Klipse is interactivity. Interactivity is a vital part of an effective learning experience. Klipse embraces the concept of code interactivity and makes it available everywhere, e.g. in any web page!
The date of the webinar is March 4, 2017. The time is 7 pm UTC. That's 2 pm EST. Please note, the time has changed from our normal time, because we are happily hosting a guest speaker from Israel. Yehonathan Sharvit is the author of Klipse and an avid learner.
Here's the registration link:
You will be able to ask questions or make comments through text chat, or by coming on-screen via your webcam, whichever you prefer. Or you can just hang out and listen.
- Klipse fundamentals - What is it? How is made? What can we make with it? What is it not good for?
- How does Klipse leverage ClojureScript's self-compilation and self-hosting capabilities?
- We will field audience questions throughout the talk in the hopes that each of you will use Klipse over the next month in your own learning related projects.
- We'll identify action items around how we can use Klipse to create better "first contact' experiences for people who are new to Clojure, or even programming itself. Exciting!
Yehonathan has generously offered to come back in a month to follow-up on our progress with Klipse and to see the cool stuff we build with it. I've got a really good feeling about this!
Looking forward to seeing you there! In the mean-time, you can visit the Klipse Hall of Fame to see how others are leveraging Klipse's unique power.